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Originally there was some discussion by the FAA regarding the term “pilot” it was my understanding that if your 107 certificated your an operator.  But then they make a big deal out the PIC, so I find it a bit confusing.

Either way it’s probably more important to explain how you’ve used your 107 to accomplish what.  

 

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I would stick to jargon that someone outside of the industry can instantly understand. So using "Part 107" doesn't mean anything to someone looking to hire a drone pilot. But saying "FAA-certified" or even just "certified / insured" is a good idea to demonstrate professionalism.

Hope that helps!

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